DigitalChalk partners with SGC Global to deliver the first streaming video eLearning solution in Asia.
January 7, 2010 – Candler, NC
In December, Infinity Learning Solutions Inc. selected SGC Global to market and sell the DigitalChalk elearning software platform in Asia. SGC Global has business offices in Hong Kong, Manila and Ho Chin Minh City. SGC also services China, Malaysia and Singapore. As a regional leader in education and training services, SGC Global has extensive training content in both professional and university subjects such as accounting, information technology and entrepreneurship. These courses will be hosted and delivered on the DigitalChalk platform for schools and businesses interested in delivering online education and training. SGC clients can now train staff and students using the rich multimedia platform that has made DigitalChalk a leader in online training software in the United States.
Businesses and schools who purchase accounts through SGC Global will have their own privately branded training delivery site, powered by DigitalChalk. Any training material they license through SGC Global will automatically be available. Customers will also have the option to also build their own courses using the Chalkboard Studio® and Web course authoring tools provided with DigitalChalk.
Tony McCune, VP of Sales, stated,”Finding the right partner to expand into the Asian market has been a challenge. We wanted to find a partner who understands the education and training market with local offices in the countries they serve. SGC Global has a presence throughout SE Asia and a strong focus on delivering quality education. This partnership posses significant potential for both SGC Global and ILS.”
The DigitalChalk online education software offers a Web based platform for creating and delivering elearning and continuing education. Launched in 2007, DigitalChalk is the first system of it’s kind to offer an integrated presentation studio inside a Web browser. This patent-pending system lets instructors synchronize videos, slides and outline points into a single online streaming presentation. Courses can be delivered with presentations, tests, files and assignments in both synchronous and asynchronous methods. DigitalChalk offers solutions for schools, businesses and professional consultants.
According to Henry Ong, Business director at SGC Global, they will begin offering courses on DigitalChalk in early January 2010. For more information about SGC Global, visit them at http://sgcglobal.co.uk.